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Unable to open MICROSOFT WORKS TASK LAUNCHER

TRYING TO OPEN MICROSOFT WORKS TASK LAUNCHER BUT I GET UNABLE TO OPEN AS CANNOT FIND "wkwinuni.dll" FILE.

THOUGHT MY TROUBLES WERE OVER AS WIPED OUT MY WHOLE COMPUTER AND STARTED OVER. I HAVE INSTALLED THE MICROSOFT OFFICE SP3.

ANY SUGGESTIONS - PLS.???

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  • LUISA Dec 22, 2008

    I HAVE TRIED TO REINSTALL IT AND IT COMES UP -

    Error 1305.Error reading from file:
    E:PFilesMSWorksC3WkGenLng.dll. Verify that the file exists and can access.

    WHAT CAN I DO?????

  • Anonymous Dec 23, 2008

    There is no MS calander reminder - there is MS task launcher which I had deleted already and tried to reinstall both ways (with & without launcher) no luck.?!?!?

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Hi,
Just visit this site...
http://www.fix-all-dll-errors.com/wkwinuni.dll/

this will help in case of missing or downloading dll's .
helped in my problem. :)

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Fallow these steps carefully, sometimes its a good idea to print out so you can read.
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/888948

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Try reinstalling Microsoft Works, but first remove, then reinstall, restart, and sould work fine.

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